NBA Lottery 2014: Complete TV Schedule and Current Odds for No. 1 Selection

Sean ODonnellContributor IIIMay 20, 2014

NBA basketball players, from left, Washington Wizards' Bradley Beal, Minnesota Timberwolves' Kevin Love and Portland Trailblazers' Damian Lillard represent their teams during the NBA draft lottery, Tuesday, May 21, 2013 in New York. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow)
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Which of the 14 teams comprising the 2014 NBA draft lottery will come away with the coveted No. 1 overall selection?

We're about to find out.

On Tuesday, the Ping-Pong balls will determine which franchises will own the top three picks in June's draft. Once those selections come to fruition, the remaining 11 teams will be awarded picks four through 14 in inverse order of their regular-season records.

As we know, the lottery can be full of surprises. Just how drastically can the draft shake up? Take a look at this tweet from Freep Sports:

Sure, the Detroit Pistons landing the No. 2 overall selection is a major long shot; however, it's absolutely a possibility.

While we wait with bated breath for the lottery to commence, let's take a look at the full schedule to ensure the highly anticipated event won't be missed.


2014 NBA Draft Lottery Viewing Information

When: Tuesday, May 20

Where: Times Square Studio in New York City

Time: 8 p.m. ET

Channel: ESPN

Live Stream: WatchESPN


2014 NBA Draft Lottery Odds

2014 NBA Draft Lottery Chances
1Milwaukee Bucks25.0%
2Philadelphia 76ers19.9%
3Orlando Magic15.6%
4Utah Jazz11.9%
5Boston Celtics8.8%
6Los Angeles Lakers6.3%
7Sacramento Kings3.6%
8Detroit Pistons3.5%
9Cleveland Cavaliers1.7%
10New Orleans Pelicans1.1%
11Denver Nuggets0.8%
12New York Knicks0.7%
13Minnesota Timberwolves0.6%
14Phoenix Suns0.5%

Once the selections are locked in, our focus will shift to potential prospects who will be selected by the teams at the top of the draft.

This year featured a plethora of talent. It can be conceived that each team holding a lottery pick will undoubtedly acquire a player who can come in and contribute immediately.

The draft combine featured plenty of that talent.

Even though Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and Joel Embiid didn't participate, other lottery prospects put on some dazzling shows in Chicago.

Dante Exum could certainly wind up as a top-three selection after his showing at the combine.

He wowed teams and media with a high level of maturity during his interviews. One onlooker who came away impressed was's Alex Kennedy, according to his tweet:

Not only did Exum flourish during the interview process, but he put up some gaudy numbers during on-court drills.

ESPN Stats & Info tweeted a great speed comparison of Exum to top-tier NBA talent:

Two other prospects who really helped themselves were Aaron Gordon and Zach LaVine.

Both players' athleticism shined during the combine, and that was noted by this tweet from ESPN Stats & Info:

Once the lottery is finalized, we'll know the complete pecking order of this year's draft.

Everyone is wondering which of these prospects will be their team's newest addition.

We'll know soon enough.


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